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Gavril D15

Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. CaptainZoll

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    the gen 3 D series headlights/grille are a bit squarer than the roamer's, I could see it coming out a bit earlier, maybe 1998.
    perhaps they make the 1st gen run until 1990, then simply extend the 2nd gen to 1997.

    the thing i'm especially flummoxed about is how the 1st gen has high end and sealed beam headlights available, and the 3rd gen has high end lights and H-series style buckets for sealed beams, but there's no such sealed beam/work truck fascia for the 2nd gen.
    did the 1st gen fascia continue on work trucks until 1997?
    did work trucks temporarily use the double stacked compound lights on the existing 2nd gen fascia?
    or is there going to be a sealed beam bucket version for the 2nd gen as well?
    (the devs aren't that anal about this stuff, so they would probably just go with the 1st option.)
     

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  2. SuperAusten64

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    If you look at the years on the configurations, you'll see the timeline actually goes as follows:
    1985-1987: Original sealed beam fascia used on all trims
    1988: New stacked headlight fascia introduced, old fascia continues to be used on fleet and lower-end models until 1990
    1990: Old fascia receives a minor refresh and is instead offered on special and high end models as an alternate "classic style" fascia until 1993
    1994: New fascia is the only fascia offered

    The only exception is the Zeta, which has the 1990-1993 fascia but is listed as a 1988-1994 model. I have to assume that's a simple oversight.
     
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  3. ktheminecraftfan

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    I guess I should make a wish list for things that aren't already found in the files for the facelift.
    1. New Door handles for the facelift models (as well as some for the pre Facelift aswel)
    2. More modern and softer edged trim moldings.
    3. More modern door mirrors (could probably use the ones from the Facelift Roamer)
    4. An updated stepside bed.
    5. Newer looking door cards as well as a newer rear view mirror setup (similar to the GMT800 pickups)
    6. More wheel options.
    7. Some slight engine bay touches like a cover over the engine.



    Thank You For Coming to My TED Talk and please leave some suggestions for me to add to the list.
     
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  4. Like_a_Sleeper

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    i think making an complete modern Pickup would be better :D F150 F350?
     
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  5. dvigatel

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    pickupthreequarterfront.jpg
    Early versions had a nipple in the wheels
     
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  6. Szymon2007

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    what does that bring to the table
     
  7. CaptainZoll

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    n i p p l e s
     
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  8. Szymon2007

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    the level of adultery in this community is outstanding
     
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  9. CrimsonCrusader

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    *slow clap*
     
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  10. kwai38

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    i am impressed by this community
     
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  11. Stiggy111

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    I am impressed as well.
     
  12. Tuner from America

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  13. FS16

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    is that a wheel nipple?
     
  14. Tuner from America

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    No, I just posted something in the wrong thread, deleted all of the text and put a period in it's place.
     
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    lmao
     
  16. BIGTASTY97

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    I have always thought it looked like 1992-1997 f150 interior
     

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  17. HeadlightsThePerson

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    they should add a jacked up supspension

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    Also this:

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    and this
     
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  18. ktheminecraftfan

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    Some of us have the mentality of a 12 year old. Or are actually 12 years old.


    Thoughts on the updated D Series Interior? I hope for bucket seats with headrests.
     
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  19. Tuner from America

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    I hope for customizable radio head units. Either higher trim ones from factory (Kinda like the Sunburst with it's basic radio and Sat Nav radio options for different trims) or aftermarket ones. I'd doubt most 30+ year old trucks still have their stock radio, as most 30 year old trucks that I have personally seen have LED galore head units with touch screens and whatnot.
     
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  20. Harkin Labs Gaming

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    I agree, almost every old truck I have seen that isn't owned by a fleet or used exclusively for towing has an aftermarket headunit that is installed wrong. In the old GMs they get installed where the cassette deck was, causing the headunit to stick out of the dashboard. Here is the one in my Suburban as an example.
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